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Marble "Athos" Side Table, Giorgio Bonaguro



Marble "Athos" table - Giorgio Bonaguro Dimensions: 320 W x 430 H x 340 D Materials: Carrara marble, Brazilian granite Top is also available in Azul Macaubas and the table can be curved Tribute to Athos Bulcao, Brazilian painter and sculptor who collaborated with Oscar Niemeyer and colored his Brasilia with the "azulejos" - glazed and decorated ceramic architectural ornaments - the Athos collection is a three-dimensional interpretation of the work of Bulcao, in which the designer Giorgio Bonaguro combines the white Carrara marble, typical Italian stone, to the Azul Macaubas, a Brazilian granite, creating a physical and ideal bridge between the two countries. The graphic sign of the azulejos is thus transformed into matter, into a pillar that is both base and decoration and which plays with contrasts, stylized forms and calligraphy, where calòs - the beauty meet graphia - the writing. Athos tables are part of the collection “Marble Stories”, a project by Giorgio Bonaguro, Gustavo Martini and Ronald Sasson, in collaboration with Marimar srl. These Italian-Brazilian designers decided to develop a common exhibition project in which their styles interact to tell different stories around a single precious material: marble. Giorgio Bonaguro studied mechanical engineering in Modena and then graduated at Scuola Politecnica di Design in Milan, in the double Master of Industrial and Interior Design. He has worked in several design studios in Milan, first at Lorenzo Palmeri's, then with Francesco Faccin, at Michele De Lucchi's Studio. And then with the designer and critic Marco Romanelli. He collaborates with several companies and develops limited editions presented at some international fairs such as Salone del Mobile, Design Miami, London Design Festival, Maison et Objet, Design Days Dubay, ecc. He works between Italy and Brazil in the field of product design, interior design, exhibition and lighting, trying to combine a linear style with research and contamination between materials.

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-Curved table avaiable for 5000eur -Azul macaubas top


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Galerie Philia Furniture

Galerie Philia is a recognized contemporary design and modern fine arts gallery representing world wide known designers and artists. The Galerie Philia exhibits a collection resulting from a rhizomatic research transcending formal, stylistic, national or historical barriers. The selected art works emanates from different cultures and periods, are incarnated in various and multiform mediums, and evoke multiple and changing interior worlds. The only criterion unifying this composite plurality is their esthetical qualities and the sense they convey. The Galerie Philia attempts in this way to build bridges between different artistic continents in order to enlighten art works endowed with a marked artistic depth.
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